Sooo, where to start...
How about baseball? Congratulations to the New York Yankee's for taking over first place in the American League East on Friday night with a 3-2 come from behind win over their rivals, the Boston Red Sox.
Congratulations to the Boston Red Sox for remember that you own the Yankee's this year and taking frist place right back.
This is ridiculous. With last nights win the Sux are 10-2 against NY this year, making it the first time since 2004 that the Sux will win the yearly series between the two clubs. I mean, it really is terrible. Remember when the Sux started the year 0-6? Then they got to New York and by they time they left that weekend their record was 2-7. It got as bad as 2-11 before they got better. But the point is, the only team they could beat at the beginning of the year was the Yankee's, and they haven't stopped.
Sabathia - 16-2 against all other teams in baseball this year with an ERA in the 2's. Against Boston? 0-4 with an ERA in the 7's. What is going on? I tell you what, I think C.C. is having Cleveland flashbacks on the mound because he's pitching like he's afraid and won't throw strikes. Of course teams are going to light you up when you start every count down 2-0.
And as for everyone else? Everyone else who? Burnett peaked in game 2 of the world series against Philly and has been a losing pitcher ever since. Hughes? 18 wins last year...sure, but how did he do after the break? A couple of old men are stringing together wins, but their both just above better than .500, and a rookie, Nova, who's 10-4, but the Yanks can't seem to find a place for him in the lineup. Besides, you want to send him to the mound in game 2 of any round of the playoffs? No, I didn't think so.
Everyone, myself included, said the Bomber's were going to need another arm to get anywhere, but Cash thought he knew better. Now everyone's got Boston winning the east and having the Yanks take on the Rangers come October. I'm not sure it matters. Yeah, we're winning a lot of games, but baseball is different in the fall, and one reliable pitcher isn't going to cut it. The Yankee's should know that better than anyone else.